Paris Hilton Announces Plans to Become the "Queen of House Music"

Crossfade's Google Alerts are incredibly random.

This morning, sandwiched between Gloria Estefan and Rick Ross, an alert that read, "Paris Hilton Training to Become Most Powerful House DJ Ever!!!" sent chills down our spine.

Evidently, the former sex tape reality vixen is a beat freak, and she's "pretty tight" with Afrojack and Deadmau5, according to TMZ. Their source, an unidentified person who's "extremely close" to Hilton says that the 30-year-old socialite thinks she can be the "Queen of house music."

Whoa, WTF? We thought Paris Hilton hated house music. Plus she already failed miserably in the record industry.

Flashback to 2009
Winter Music Conference was going down, and the world's biggest DJs were dropping beats at some of Miami's sickest nightclubs. Swedish House Mafia's Steve Angello was in the booth at LIV while Paris Hilton was getting shitty in VIP.

At some point in the evening, Hilton got tired of Angello's set, walked over to the booth with her entourage, and asked the DJ for a little variety -- some hip hop, please. Angello, however, didn't oblige.

Hilton had a titty attack, and her bodyguard punched Angello in the face. Moments later, it was full-on fisticuffs in the DJ booth.

Present-Day Paris

Hilton's losing it. Ignoring the fact that her first attempt at tackling the record industry plummeted quicker than Simple Life ratings, the ambitious blonde is setting herself up for massive failure, and a slew nasty blog posts.

Sorry, Paris. But spending a summer in Ibiza, splitting time between DJ booths and studio sessions ... That type of rich girl behavior doesn't qualify you for the Ultra main stage.

As for a slot at Masquerade Motel? You blew it.

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